A well known TV Licensing goon has been caught on camera for the third time.
Burgess Nasr, who hails from New Marske and disguises his employment by claiming to be "a worker connected with the TV industry", was carrying out a TV Licensing visit in Middlesbrough earlier today.
He was spotted only a few streets away from where ex-TV Licensing goon Gary Catterick raped a vulnerable young woman during his rounds.
We do not like Nasr for the following reasons:
- Firstly, and very obviously, he is employed by Capita TV Licensing.
- Secondly, we strongly disapprove of the way he and fellow goon Terry Docherty handled TV Licensing miscarriage of justice victim Mick Oldfield.
- Thirdly, we strongly disapprove of the way he and fellow goon Terry Docherty terrorised a single mother in her home during the execution of a TV Licensing search warrant (exceptionally rare as those are).
You can view the latest video here.
As we're sure most people will be aware by now, a TV licence is only required for those properties where equipment is used or installed to receive TV programmes at the same time as they are broadcast to the wider public.
Anyone who does not require a TV licence, has no legal business with TV Licensing. Our advice to those people would be to ignore TV Licensing entirely.
The occupier of any property is well within their rights to film any TV Licensing goon that visits. They do not require the goon's permission, nor do they need to inform the goon of their intention to film.
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